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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 18, 1897, Page 8, Image 8',
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KVKNJNO BULLETIN, AUQUHT 18, 1807.
Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
Have removed from tho Old Stand, corner Fort and Bore
tania Street, to the
ILovo Building, lort Sfcvoot.
B3r Tho UNDEKTA KING DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with all the Latest Facilities in its lino.
II II- AVm.I-.IA.MS, SlnnaRcr,
Undertaker and Embalmcr.
Residence: King elred, near Rich-I Office: Love KulMing. Tolephoi.e
ard-t. Telephone No. 810. No. 810.
JT'rom INew York:
V Nails, Handles,
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
i , Benzine, Axles,
-. Wrapping Paper,
' Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady demand
'for, and which wo offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
WHITE LUPINE BEANS
When planted for soiling purposes cause tho
ground to absorb and hold moisture and act as
a most eflicient .....
i 1i -L i -i. L. J ! Ju 4 I J 1 -L. K.
No Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS
83?" For salo in quantities to suit by
The California Fcd Co.,
Tel eiDhone 121.
B. W. LKDUIIEK, I "y
Onnvni nnri Tri
K)OUUUU""liaiJ U J.'
w. 8okl Clionp
FT' iri(j;lioHt OiihIi Vvwu
nt tlio 1 X U, isomer King mid
Corner King and Nnu
- iTm -niirk Oi' All
Cor ('mnIi wa
wl fur SiwuMMufml Furiiituro
Nt'HOONKK MARY nODUK LOMtH
Vcarlt Hrnrrn Rhlp Cnmmodnrr
Mndr llllo Note Kucnit Ar
Tuo harbor is getting empty,
only six deep water vessels in port.
Captain Cumpboll of tho IIS
N Company ia suffering from n
It ia not thought probable tho
steamship Australia will arrive
boforo tomorrow morning.
Tomorrow, high tido largo i):12
n m:lliirll iidn nmnll R-flfl n in! Inn-
tulu large 0:48 a m; low tidu small
1:15 p m.
Tho brig Consuelo sailed away
from Mnliukona Atignst 12
with a full cargo of sugar for
Tho ship Commodoro is loaded
and out in naval low and ready to
sail as soon as tho Australia's
mail is dolivored.
The steamer Nooau discharged
hor Hamakua sugar into tho bark
Andrew Welch today and leaves
tomorrow morning for Honokuu.
Willie White, cashier at Fort
Btroot wharf, Ihib gone to Nawili
wili for a vucation of a week and
will return next Sunday. Purser
Max Alroy has tukon his desk
Tho schooner Mary Dodge
finished discharging 197,095 feot
of redwood shingles and 3000 red
wood posts during the early por
tion of the week, and oliired yes
terday in ballast for Port Town
send, Captain LOG Hansen in
command. HiloTribune, Aug 14.
A Cnrloiii IIohI Cotlln.
Captain Maoaulay, tho popular
bar pilot, is much interested at
present in a curiosity in tho way
of a coffin which is at present on
view in an establishment in Liver
pool, xthnro it whs constructed nc
cording to tho design and order
of, so it is said, an Admiral of the
British Fleet, in view of tho timo
when he shall follow the lofty ex
ample of tho gallant Tom Bowling.
Tho prevoyant old tar is still hale
nnd hearty, but as a sailor novor
knows when tho summons to en
ter Davy Jones's locker may
roach him, ho thinks it right to
boo that everything under hatches
is in proper trim for that import
Instead of the ordinary lands
man's ohlong black cercueil, the
admiral's last mooring place is in
the form of a gaily painted trim
built whorry. It is a stioug build,
and is iu all respects constructed
on tho linos of an ordinary double
ended lifeboat, without, perhapn,
quite as much sheir as is usually
touud in such craft. This boat
cofliu is carvol built and 7ft long,
aud will be painted, like an old
man of war, with black and white
port holes. Life limes will bo
lixed round her, and when com
pleted shb will present u vory tidy,
Bcaworthy appuarauco. Two oars
are to be supplied, and rudder
and tiller will be duly fitted. Tho
wood used is pine, Went Afiicau,
tuahogauy, oak, and elm. Tho
internal "got up" is to be loft for
the undeiu.iiing tutuiPUer, and
will no doubt bo of n fitting
character. This is supposed to
be the first clipper-built coffin
ever constructed. It ic suggested
that Captaiu Alaunulay order
half a dozen of these for tho
olnVers of the Ancient Mariner's
From Maiunknu, per stnir
JJoenii, August 17-.J U Stulliug,
C Johnson, Wm Catroll and -1 on
P. HHENOHRS DHPAHTED.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala,
Angiint I7j-Mrs L Ahlhnrn and
uhiUlicu, L)i Kramer anil servant,
Innit'f Hoolt and wfo, id Ht Anna
Christian, Miss A Fostar, II V
Baldwin, Histnr AltiHilitm, F
Hofer, Miss Piilani Jones, Tloo
MuLwkI, Tauaka aud -10 on di'tik.
.Siitguih load tho world. Ovet
IH.OOft.GUO timdu and i-oiil, it tru
est awitrdo tit tlio Wnrld'n tolum
hiiiu Ktpouitioii for (arolloiicu of
.oiirttnictioii, logularity of motion,
ittiHo of motion, groat Hpood, tub
Instability, durability, etiso of
liiariiiiig ami noiivttiuuium of ai-riiiM-Jiiiuiil,
I), Jhii'uujjj, (iL-iiiil,
ltfft Uutliul HlrooU,
' shippirg intelligence.
U'r.liXKHtiAT, Aug 18.
Blinr Kacni, l'ntker, from Oaliu poilB.
Wkdnmiiat, Auk 18.
Sclir I.iikn, for t'laulln.
Sclir KftWRlhnl, for KooUit,
Btnir Klnnii, Clnr'se, for Maul nnd Ha
waii . Friday, Aiir 20, at 10 a m.
Am rlilp Co in mod n ro, I)ntldon, fur New
York, Thursday, Aim lit, at noon.
Stmr Nocau, I'eteraon, for Ijilmlim, Ho
nokan, and Kukulliaclc, Tluirtday, Aug IU,
nt 10 n m
Ex atmr Norau 410 liaca BURar, 14 pea
old mactilnury, UUikKS littles.
VKsshi.i i.n pnnr.
U 3 3 Mnrlon, lloult, .snn Dlctfo, Mnrcli 13.
U 3 riillndilphla, Cotton, San Dlviro, April
It 1 J M 3 Nnnlnn Knn, Kurooka, Japan,
(ConMern not Ineludi-d In tills Hat.)
Ila bk Ai drew Welch. Drew, 3 F.
Uertlilp II V (ilade, lluesloop, Ilrcmen.
Am alilp Commodore, I)aldsou, San Frnn-
Br bk Woollalira, Ilanicum, Newcastle
Am bk Martha Davis. Krlls, San Francisco
Am bk U D linaiit, Colley, Lasan Island.
Am lik Lizzie Vance, llardulck, Newcastle.
FOItKION Vr")3i:i.8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Where troui Due
Am sclir Aloha 3 F Aug
Am bk Geo F Mason. ..Newcastle... tiupt
Br bk Kosciusko Newcastle. ...Sept
Am sb Tllll" K Starbuck..Newcllo..Sept
Am sell Kobert f.uners...,l't Sound.. A tic
Am hk Mulilcau 3 F ..Aui;
U 3 3 Baltimore 3 F Oct
U 3 3 lleiinlnj;uou ...,3an DUi;o ....Aue;
UHSOn-uon 3F Sept
Am ship W F Babcock....llaltlmorc..Nov
Am bktn Echo....l'ui;et Sound Duo
Am sclir Esther Il'iluio. . ..Eurt ka Due
Am bktu Kllkltat Pt (iamblo ....Due
Am sclir LnuUIaTin.. . . l'liet 3onud.. Due
Am sclir Hobcrt 3carlcs.l'ui;et Sound. Duo
Haw bk Pooling 3ucy... .New York. .Due
Am bk Archer 3 F ..Duo
Tluit Tjrnnt Man.
TlionuiH tlio Dniiimicr Well, rtmnar,
you needn't ttiko ou so. I loves you
Rtr.iiRht enough, but 'all-in round tho
b.irrick pates uskln for mo is tho tort of
thing I will not 'nvo! Punch.
All the Difference.
Mr, Fumy Why do you charge mo
fiixpenco for a haircut when jourulgn
suys, "First class lmlrcut, fourpcuco?"
Uarlicr Ah, lint yon hco, Bir, you
havo not first class hair. Comio Cuts.
11V 1'OLICE A.T CALLAO.
Inquiry here confirms tho nory com.
1 1 1 j fiom r.lniu to the effect that the
liite li'iii'tiiic'iit Iiuh lodged a do
mnnd with tho United States charge
of legation nt Lima for tho relets of
the Tiinte of tho American lmrk "Uncle
Jnhn," Ho ahoro on December
in init ' f.illto, end wa nrre3tc4 bv
canst" of his constant demnnd for "Ilal.
:... '. " On t.tj or 'u liyttlrs at tK
City Uuniago On,. J. S, And.
nulo, muniiKor, If you wunt b
Imok witli kooiI liomo mid otiro
fuliirSvui ilnii) J'l-lupli.iiu) ll't,
ji,iuU Kit l-'urt miii Mi-rhnut
utruutu. Uuok nt ull lioura,
Tk&f' -1 PENCE MaJN
Iff ' li!!i!lM!Onr
DEATH SENTENCE PASSED
Tllltr.i: COIIHTN IN Ht:SNlON AT TIIK
HA, 'Hit TIMK.
Init Trial or Civil Hall Affalmt
nahrc Sacnr Co.-ntlird
Judgo Garter this moruitig pro
nounced sontonoo of dentil on Nob,
for murder first deqroo, ordering
tliut ho bo kept within the wails
of tho prison until tho second
Moudny in December, nnd, bo
t woe n tho hours of 8 o'clock in tho
morning nnd 12 o'clock of that
duy, than nnd thoro to bn huug by
the neck uutil dund, "ivn I tuny
God hnvo mercy on your soul."
Pnnhno, nu nccotnplico of Non
who was found guilty of assault,
was sentenced to be imprisoued nt
hnrd labor for two years
Tho Hnwaiiau jury trying
Moses Kumukon vb. Thorosn Wil
cox found a vordict for the plniu
titrfor S300, affirming the judg
ment of tho District Cou't.
Tuck Ohou vs. Mnkeo Sugnr
Co. is still ou beforo Judgo Cur
tor and n foreign jury.
Carlo Long vs. W. II. Cornwoll
Jr., damnges for aliouation, is ou
trial bofore Judgo Porry by tho
following mixed jury: J D Holt
Jr, V J Coou, J Pnainnui, K G it
Wnllnce, W 0 Elia, E A Jones,
M Kcliina. O Du Itoi, 8 Stone, V
A Love, F Luinnhinn and F S
Lyman Sr. A. Ilosa for prosecu
tion; 0. Brown for defense.
Dr. C. U. Cooper has filed a
petition to be appointed guardian
of It. Brodio McGrew, a minor
having an estate valued nt $7200,
olTeriug proof that tho mothor,
Mrs. Alphonse Sinette McGrew,
and tho grandfather, Dr. J. S.
McGrow, as the two next of kin to
tiie miuor, consent to his appoint
ment as guardian.
Tho hearing on a writ to show
cnuso for not buiug disbnrrod
nniuet Mertnrs. Wnkffii'ld i.ud
Wise, ottorneys, is tuking plnco
beforo tho Supremo Court in
Chief Justice "Judd's room. At
torney General Smith is proaecut
ing, and Messrs. Noumuun aud
Hurt well defending the respon
dents. ruinous KlrUers.
A writer who knowH what ho is talk
In;,' about biijh in nil t'xcliniigo:
AUiit of ua arc familiar with tho way
in which a horso rir mulo kickR, but fow
of us kuow how n enuiel expresses bis
ntiRcr. Tho camel doecu't necui to be
out of temper. Ho lazily chows his cud,
with his eyes half cloetd, and tboso not
familiar with his wnys miIit faucy
that he is half asleep. But directly ho
draws a hind leg up uuder him, aud
then, as soon as tho object of his wrath
is in range, ho xcuds his hoof straight
back liko n flint. I havo fccii a heavy
Hum scut whirling several ynrda in a
denso crow d by tho kick of a camel.
Au emu can kick as hard ns n horse.
I liuvo Been men kicked so hard by this
vicious bird that their legs wcro broken.
If I had my choico of being kicked by a
horse- or an emu, I think I would tnko
tho horse. Thu emu stands on onu leg
and with tlio other stiikes n quick and
most paralyzing blow. I never would
havo bcliovcr' that a liild had such pow
er had I not had ocular ovidcueo of it
during this tap. After two or tlireo of
our men hud Buffered from tho terrible
kicks of tlicso birds wo did not veuturo
near tiieiii, but, after tunning uui huincs
till wo got closo enough, would bring
them dawn with our rifles. Wo did not
ipiuo.iuli them till wo know they weio
Wo kilkil them for their feathers, al
though theyuro not Bovuluablo ns thuso
of tlio ostrich. Wo also hunted for tho
W. which nro to bo found in tho sand,
but iu doing this wo took caro not to
collide with tho emu. Tlio eggn aru
moro in demand than tho feathers. They
aio very beautiful und nro no tough time
it is dlfllcult to IncaU them, i'rofessiou
n 1 curio makcis drill u hole iu each end,
tuko tlio inside out mid then tho shell U
curved und mounted in silver.
"Why peoplocomolong distnncea
to buy nt tho Pulnma Grocory.
Reason No. 1 Beenuso ouo cus
tomer tolls anothor how much
thoy saved by dealing at this live
and lot livo establishment. Sea
son No. 2 Becnuso tho saving
from thoir grocory bill helps them
to pny thoir houso rout. If you
dou't boliovo whut our cubtoiuors
say, just givo us a call nnd bo con
viuun. Urtitiii oamAuN,
I'nluniii Grocory, Opposito Rnil
Tol, 7C5,ovory timo, Goods do
livored, Nlculy furnished rooms ut tlio
Popular llouoe, 1C1 Fort etroot,
from $1,00 por wook up,
Mortgagoo'o Notico of Intention to
rorccloco and of D.ilo.
Notice Is hereby Klven that by vlr-
tuo of a irawerorMiecoiilnlrioilln
certain mortgDo tlntod u,0 2iJt ft
894, made by E. A Williams of H no.
ttln. Oahu, to O. R, WIIIUbm 2
n the KegUter Offlw, 0hu, In Llbtr
signed by the said (J. E. Will am.
Bfshon A Co. by a,8?ment & hi
aird .lay of Juno 1891, reconlVd In
the Kelter Ollloe Oal.u In I II K-r 147
page 348, and duly awlgned by uin
goon, Trustee, to L'.uls M,itJ , i.
hluiiiuxtit rial.-1 tl... Otl .lav of a.? as;
""". " t i una i) ay i " ,'n1;1 7"no'
Un.leriahl m ;up'esa ," lu,e an,
W .111!: mi" ,H wt.,Bi.l BA.
chattels, eill-r-ts'a.Id" ,1 ,', &?&
oiiKliiir jo tnr Ktl.lbu,i,,JiVn,dth0
book .telit, Ml uhn.t-M net Ion ere!
"'"'"' .', a'ler acquired sto.-lt.
mT IVrins Cali.
,,,,,, ""'gncortf ninrimnre.
Dated Honolulu, August 9, 1S97.
Two Dollars here.
where the loss
The inukor uuil
care fur tliat.
by what you
Two Dollars here.
9 Hotel Street : : Wayerlcy BlOCk
Agents for Dr. DelmolV Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Sen I fur Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
A, V, GEAR & CO,,
OUlcc: 810 King Btrcct.
general !3usinc?n .Agents
Loans Negotiuted and Collection!,
Stocks Bought and Sold.
Booti Audited nnd Acconntr AJjiinkd,
tiills Bought andNDtas
Fine and Life lnance Agefjt
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
T Wo will liny or Hell Ileal Estate in
ill parts of the group.
!"ir Wo will Hell Properties on Reason
OFFICE. 10 West Kino street
Livery and Boardiny Stables
'CorntT Mtruliant anil ItlclitnU Bl.
LIVERY aho BOARDINQ STABLES.
W CarrUutx, Burrw' ami llnckt at all
liouT. TKLKI'IIUNK 4W.